Thursday, August 22, 2013

The Wizard's Heart by S R Howen

Sorann is the Queen's daughter and is training to be a healer.  To be a healer she must be celibate and she's willing to make that sacrifice.  Once she becomes a woman, though, her healing abilities seem to have disappeared.  Why would that happen?

The author and Goddess Fish Blog Tour have given me the opportunity read this ebook and review it (thank you).  You can buy a copy wherever ebooks are sold.

Sorann knows she will fail the final healer exam again, for the last time.  Then she'll be confined to a far tower.  Finding that more than she can stand, she attempts to escape the castle grounds.  She gets away with the help of the Zingari (think Gypsy).  What she doesn't know is that is on her way to fulfilling a prophesy from long ago.  There's more to her past then she knows and she'll be shocked to learn what she needs to do save her tribe.

Javert, the Zingari man who is to be her mate, is patient and waits for her to adjust to the idea, but time is running out.  This is where the story gets complex.  There is time travel, moments redone, changes in the future that weren't foreseen and more.  I liked the general story line and enjoyed the story, but you sure have to pay attention during this part of the story.

Why not give it a read and see what you think?  Could you keep track of everything Javert went through?  I did easily enough, I just had to slow down my speed and understand the consequence of each action.  You definitely won't be bored. 

S. R. will be awarding a $10 GC to Wild Child Publishing to a randomly drawn commenter during the tour.

Follow the tour and comment; the more you comment, the better your chances of winning. The tour dates can be found here:  Blog Tour

Happy reading and best of luck to you!


Goddess Fish Promotions said...

thank you for hosting

Unknown said...

Thanks for your review. I couldn't find how many stars you rated the book, am I missing where it is?

Journey of a Bookseller said...

I don't rate by stars. If you'd like that kind of rating, to me it would be a 4.

Marci Baun said...

Thanks for hosting, Jo Ann.

Wild Child Publishing

carmens007 said...

A new view, a closer to truth one, on Native Americans life, traditions; not the Hollywood stereotype!
Worth reading, absolutely!